The original six Avengers are coming together once again as Chris Evans took to Instagram to announce he's bringing together Robert Downey Jr., Mark Ruffalo, Scarlett Johansson, Chris Hemsworth, and Jeremy Renner for a virtual hangout.
Fans can compete for an opportunity to attend the hangout by contributing to the "All-In Challenge," which supports charities that aid people in need amid the coronavirus pandemic. One lucky Avengers fan could earn a chance to interact among the six original actors in a virtual hangout.
We can do a private Q&A. You can ask us anything. We'll spill the beans. And then maybe some games.
A multitude of actors have seen the All-In campaign raise funds from unique experiences, and subsequently, challenge fellow stars to follow suit. Chris Pratt, who challenged Evans to enter the competition, gave a visit to the set of 'Jurassic World: Dominion' and a walk-on where a dinosaur would eat the participant.
Likewise, in Martin Scorsese's upcoming feature, 'Killers of the Flower Moon,' Leonardo DiCaprio, and Robert De Niro are offering a walk-on role.
For four movies in the MCU, the Avengers have joined forces, while some have even starred in standalone films. The first movie, 'The Avengers' from 2012, delighted fans with the chemistry of the cast, and exciting sequences of action.
Evans portrayed the fan-favorite character of Captain America for almost a decade from 2011 to 2019, alongside his Avengers co-stars, all of whom helped the MCU earn billions at the box office during their time together.
During this turbulent moment of a global health crisis, it's good to see a star of Evans' stature helping some wonderful charities. The presence of the six initial stars from Avengers is quite the attraction, which would likely result in significant donations.
Several stars have already helped battle the coronavirus in whatever way they can, so perhaps the challenge from Evans can encourage more to do the same.